Ryan Hoxie in DeMaskUs: a.k.a Running. Photos by Lauren Jurgemeyer
Henry DelBello, Kate Herlihy, Ryan Hoxie and Vivian Noble star in the Texas State production of DeMaskUs, opening Feb. 23 at the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre.
Texas State Department of Theatre & Dance to present ‘DeMaskUs: a.k.a Running’
Texas State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents the devised work titled “DeMaskUs” Feb. 23-26, in the Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre.
Devised and scripted by Nadine Mozon, “DeMaskUs a.k.a. Running” aims to shine a fish-eyed lens on a host of broken notions, history and ever- evolving constructs over time. The playwright poses questions about the fast-spinning modern world: Humanity is running and flung, but to where? Toward or away from what?
A play about reclaiming sanity one breath at a time, “DeMaskUs” presents a flawed, rumpled and gifted assortment of characters who find themselves and one another, a pilgrimage of sorts, with fits and starts and rest stops along the way.
Individual tickets for “DeMaskUs” are $20 for adults, $13 for groups larger than 10 and $10 for students, staff and faculty. Patrons may purchase tickets online at txstatepresents.com.
Article submitted by the Texas State Department of Theatre and Dance